Ted Hui, seen arriving in Denmark this week, has landed in Britain, where he intends to remain in self-imposed exile. Photo: Thomas Rhoden Ted Hui, seen arriving in Denmark this week, has landed in Britain, where he intends to remain in self-imposed exile. Photo: Thomas Rhoden
Ted Hui, seen arriving in Denmark this week, has landed in Britain, where he intends to remain in self-imposed exile. Photo: Thomas Rhoden

Former opposition lawmaker Ted Hui lands in London to begin self-exile, only to find Hong Kong bank accounts frozen

  • Hui says at least five bank accounts belonging to him, his wife and his parents are no longer functioning
  • He had previously said he intended to focus on getting his family, now also in Britain, settled in before he makes any long-term plans

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Ted Hui, seen arriving in Denmark this week, has landed in Britain, where he intends to remain in self-imposed exile. Photo: Thomas Rhoden Ted Hui, seen arriving in Denmark this week, has landed in Britain, where he intends to remain in self-imposed exile. Photo: Thomas Rhoden
Ted Hui, seen arriving in Denmark this week, has landed in Britain, where he intends to remain in self-imposed exile. Photo: Thomas Rhoden
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